MUNSTER | Another year, another sectional.
MUNSTER | If you follow E.C. Central soccer or a team has played against them, individuals are most likely to say the following phrase: "Watch out for the kid with the long hair."
MUNSTER | Sometimes it's better to be lucky than good, but on Monday night Munster had a little bit of both.
MUNSTER | When the semifinal games of the Munster Sectional were delayed Monday morning because of the rain, the Lake Central baseball team went to breakfast at Aspen Cafe in St. John.
MUNSTER | When the baseball sectional bracket was set by the IHSAA, Highland coach Dan Miller called Munster coach Bob Shinkan and asked "Are you going to pitch the guy who threw a two-hitter against us, or the guy who threw a one-hitter?"
HIGHLAND | There isn’t much of a rivalry between Munster and Whiting in girls tennis.
MUNSTER | For the sixth straight year, Lake Central will play in the Munster girls basketball sectional final.
MUNSTER | Lake Central’s game plan against West Side was simpler than X's and O's.
MUNSTER | For Times No. 1 Munster, the victory was bittersweet.
Munster won only two events Saturday but used its depth to take home a 27th consecutive boys swimming and diving sectional title.
MUNSTER | While Thursday's Munster Sectional preliminaries were nothing new to the returning swimmers, the meet gave several freshmen a chance to show everyone what they're made of.
HIGHLAND | The determined look in his eyes is immediately evident. The drive to succeed is always present.
MUNSTER | The ball was spinning in the air, flying to the top of Munster's Fieldhouse, and it came from the hands of E.C. Central senior Andriana Moore. A perfect choice.
MUNSTER | Just a couple of minutes into Friday night's Class 4A Munster Sectional opener, West Side coach Rod Fisher screamed to the heavens.
MUNSTER | There was a collective lump in the throats of the Lake Central Indians after the horn ended the third quarter of Wednesday night's Class 4A Munster Sectional.
MUNSTER | Tuesday night might not have been the outcome legendary West Side coach Rod Fisher was looking for, but it still gets him one step closer to that elusive first state championship.
MUNSTER | Alejandro Contreras can punt like he's on the moon, so all he needs is a lead and he'll handle the rest.
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